Cameron University Centennial Singers concert will feature Eisenhower Freshman Honor Choir and Gentry Singers

The Cameron University Department of Art, Music and Theatre Arts will present the Cameron University Centennial Singers in concert on Tuesday, October 25 with two special guest ensembles from Eisenhower High School, the Freshman Honor Choir and the Gentry Singers. The concert will start at 7:30 p.m. in the University Theatre. Admission is $10 for adults and $8 for students/senior citizens. Cameron faculty, staff and students are admitted free with CU ID. Tickets can be purchased at the door.

The Centennial Singers, conducted by Doris Lambert, will perform “The Star Spangled Banner” arranged by Jamey Ray, followed by “Sing” as arranged by Mark Brymer. Additional numbers are “I Sing, You Sing” and “How High The Moon” which will feature soloist Natasha Snavely, Lawton.

The Eisenhower High School Freshman Honor Choir and Gentry Singers, directed by Debbie Wood, will join the Centennial Singers for “How Can I Keep From Singing?” as arranged by Kirby Shaw.

The Centennial Singers will then perform “Singin’ In The Rain,” Leon Russell’s “A Song For You” featuring soloist Haleigh Adams, Lawton, and Louis Prima’s “Sing, Sing, Sing” arranged by Darmon Meader and featuring soloists Tyler Bishop and Lorenzo Butler, both of Lawton.

In addition to Adams, Bishop, Butler and Snavely, members of the Centennial Singers are Jakob Bailey, Anthony Christon, Corbyn Nauman, Matthew Ortner, Joshua Rodriguez, Haleigh Sweeden, Reagan Williams, all of Lawton, and Sarah McCoy, Walters. 

For more information, contact the Cameron University Department of Art, Music and Theatre Arts at 580-581-2346.


October 18, 2016

PR #16-153